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Georgia O'keeffe
Poppy
Art Print
30 x 24 in
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Bella Donna
Art Print
11 x 14 in
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Light Iris 1924
Art Print
22 x 28 in
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Petunias, c.1925
Art Print
14 x 11 in
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Oriental Poppies
Art Print
14 x 11 in
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Black Iris, 1906
Art Print
16 x 20 in
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Red Amaryllis, c.1937
Art Print
11 x 14 in
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From the Lake I
Art Print
22 x 27 in
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Pansy, 1926
Art Print
18 x 36 in
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Red Canna
Art Print
9 x 10 in
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Yellow Cactus
Art Print
29 x 23 in
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White Pansy, c.1927
Art Print
11 x 14 in
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Iris
Art Print
16 x 38 in
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Gray Lines with Black, Blue, and Yellow, c.1925
Art Print
11 x 14 in
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White Camelia
Art Print
24 x 36 in
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Deer's Skull with Pedernal
Art Print
24 x 32 in
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White Rose with Larkspur
Art Print
11 x 14 in
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Oriental Poppies, 1928
Art Print
30 x 25 in
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An Orchid, c.1942
Art Print
32 x 26 in
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Purple Petunias, 1925
Art Print
11 x 14 in
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Georgia O'Keeffe was born on a dairy farm in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. Her first interest in the arts was music, but by the time she was ten she had decided to become a painter. Her formal training began at a Madison convent school in 1901. In 1905 she moved to Chicago to study anatomical drawing with John Vanderpoel at the Art Institute of Chicago. She made her first trip to New York in 1907 and attended classes at the Art Students League. She returned to Chicago and supported herself by working as a commercial artist. more